Bibliographics / Librografías

July is almost over, but not yet. On Instagram, I have been sharing some infographics I have made with information about different authors and their respective work. This type of post had the main aim to generate more discussion over literature. I’m very glad by the welcoming results and interactions that these graphics have generated…

Elizabeth Gaskell and the Fallen Women

This time we are going to imagine ourselves in the Victorian Era. Let’s walk through the dirty streets in the big cities like Manchester or London. We can think of Charles Dickens’s novels as Hard Times. Now, let’s imagine a society of double moral standards. Morality was supposed to be strict, but in reality, people…

Celebrating World Art Day 2021 With Literature and Art

Did you know that today, April 15th, is World Art Day? I am writing this post to celebrate this special day. Art can be present in our daily lives in different forms: in what we look at, how we dress, in the decorative objects that might be part of our house. Art is also straightly…

J.R.R. Tolkien and the Women of his Imagination

Today, March 8th, we celebrate an important day: happy international women’s day! But at the same time, Middle Earth celebrations have not stopped. I decided to write a post commemorating those two special events. I am going to show you what eight female characters from J. R.R. Tolkien’s works taught me. It has always seemed…

“The Last Man”: Apocalyptic Late XXI Century – A Commentary

Happy 2021! This is the first blog post of the year, we could not have left January without an entry after reading a very interesting novel, don’t you think? Covid is still lurking out there but we are all taking care. And is not as hopeless as some famous authors had imagined the XX century…